Being an introvert means so much more than being than shy, quiet, and self-reflective; it also means finding energy by being alone instead of by interacting with others. Sometimes, however, introverts face unique obstacles, especially when it comes to the workplace.
Trade shows are where industry experts and professionals gather to network, show off their wares, and close business deals. Whether you have a great idea you're looking to introduce to the public or just want to break into the industry, trade shows are where to do it.
You graduate and now it's time to get a job (that's next, right?). After all, it's why you spent all those years in school. However, months and several promising job interviews later, you're still looking for work.
Future-proofing your career by being marketable, well-networked, and flexible could be critical to surviving in the future.
A relationship is worth a thousand résumés.
Used correctly, social media can be your stepping stone to a new (or better) job.
Believe it or not, a few movies can help maximize the chance that you won't look back on your college experience and say, "if only."
Moving away from home and not knowing anyone in your new college town can be daunting. Luckily, the rest of the incoming students will feel the exact same way.
If you live on campus it’s easy to make friends with the people in your dorm, but if you like to meet people with similar interests it’s important to venture out. Joining a club can be a great way to meet new people with similar interests.
Here are five other reasons why you should join a club.